Legendary enfant maudit Jean-Luc Godard, Portugal’s national treasure Pedro Costa (Ne Change Rien) and the new generation of female auteurs in Ursula Meier and Aida Begic (Snow) will be a part of the fourteen filmmakers who’ll contribute short docus, essay and fiction films as part of Sarajevo-themed omnibus called Les Ponts de Sarajevo. Meier, the director behind Critics’ Week selected Home, and Sisters starring Lea Seydoux (read our review) told Screen Daily that she’ll be shooting with Bosnian actors in Sarajevo in two weeks’ time at the end of the Sarajevo Film Festival.
Gist: The project which will will be part of a week-long event from June 21-28, 2014, titled “Sarajevo: Coeur de L’Europe”, will mark next year’s centenary of the First World War.
Worth Noting: Details are non-existent, but Pedro Costa’s next film (set for release in 2014) is called Horse Money.
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